Ever use Brasero to create a bootable disk?

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GreenAce92
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Ever use Brasero to create a bootable disk?

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I have not had success trying to creat iso disks with Linux

I usually go to Yumi which I'm not sure if that only does USB but for the disks that I have created I always used Windows.

Does anyone use Brasero?
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Re: Ever use Brasero to create a bootable disk?

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Nevermind it worked perfectly, don't know why I have had troubles in the past.

Happily running Linux Mint 15

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Re: Ever use Brasero to create a bootable disk?

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MInt 15 has no maintenance or support! You'd better install Mint 13, 17 or 17.1.
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Re: Ever use Brasero to create a bootable disk?

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Should you have trouble burning in the future, GreenAce92, try K3b. It's very consistent. I also recommend Mint 17.1 highly.
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Re: Ever use Brasero to create a bootable disk?

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Thanks for the responses, I am using 17.1 Mate now, I have to upgrade my machine eventually
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